As wildfires continue to burn in California, Oregon, Colorado, and elsewhere – and people pray for precipitation to help firefighters in their effor
On September 24 a virtual discussion hosted by the Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Advisory Committee will inform community
Rivers swollen by Hurricane Sally’s rains have devastated parts of the Florida Panhandle and south Alabama, and the storm’s remnants are forecast to
From Friday, September 11 to Sunday, September 13, the third annual the Hack-for-Resilience competition (“H4R”) was hosted by Wharton Risk Center an
Perhaps the most emotionally compelling data point invoked by those who would compel insurers – through litigation and legislation – to pay busine
By James Ballot, Senior Advisor, Strategic Communications, Triple-I
For the third year straight, the Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I) and
The Los Angeles office of the National Weather Service predicted prolonged, potentially record-setting heat and dangerous weather conditions through
Hurricane Laura may have caused as little as $4 billion of insured damage or as much as $12 billion, according to early estimates.
Under the best of circumstances, the Atlantic hurricane season is a challenging time.
If you need any further evidence of the anomalous nature of the year 2020, you can take a look at California’s wildfires.